About Mobile Access for Seniors
Mobile Access for Seniors is a scheme that supports the Seniors Go Digital programme and promotes the Data for All initative. It provides subsidised smartphone and mobile plans to lower-income seniors who want to go digital, but cannot afford them.
Who can qualify?
Individuals who meet the listed eligibility criteria, and have attended IMDA’s Seniors Go Digital – learning programme1 and picked up at least one (1) basic digital skill at SG Digital community hubs:
|Age||60 years old and above2|
|Current beneficiary of the selected government assistance scheme||
|Others||Not an existing IMDA Home Access beneficiary who has received a smartphone|
Does not include online learning modes.
Based on birth year.
How to apply?
Eligible seniors may approach our Digital Ambassadors at any of the SG Digital community hubs located at selected Community Clubs/Centres and public libraries3 after attending our Seniors Go Digital - learning programme and picking up at least one (1) basic digital skill, such as basic digital communication skills, navigating government digital services, or transacting with e-payments. Visit Seniors Go Digital Website or call 6377 3800 to find your nearest hub.
Only 1 registration per senior is required.
Mobile Access plans – for eligible seniors only
Eligible seniors may enjoy the following subsidised product and service:
- 2-years mobile plan, at $5.05 per month
- Smartphone, starting from $20.00 (1-time cost).
The subsidised plan will come with:
- Free SIM card registration;
- Free caller ID;
- Unlimited incoming local calls;
- Continued mobile data connectivity, with no excess data charges; and
- Other value-added services.
Details of mobile access plan options:
(Effective Date: 11 August 2023)
|2-Years Mobile Plan4|
All prices are inclusive of GST.
 Redemption is subject to terms and conditions of the scheme and participating telcos.
 The choice of smartphone is subject to stock availability at the time of redemption.
 Unlimited mobile to mobile local calls, and unlimited local SMS to SIMBA numbers.